Friday, May 30, 2008

The One Million Hits Man


Tun Mahathir, has become the grandfather of all bloggers! Probably, great grandfather. Today, his 30-day-old blog has got hit one million hits and counting! Go check out

Green with envy? Don't you wish you had that many hits??? hehe. Dream on! Read rocky's bru: Malaysia's fastest growing blog here.

I wonder when my blog will reach one million hits or will it ever hit one million hits? Confession: I started my counter with '1000'. Shhhh. Silence. Let the truth stops here.

TGIF Signing Off...

Formally, people normally sign off emails with 'Best regards' or 'Yours truly'.

The free-and-easy way of
signing off is probably 'Just me' or 'Cheers!'.

But '
T.G.I.F'? Yup. for the first time today, I received an email signing off with 'T.G.I.F'?

My customers must have been in a '
beer-y' jolly mood! HUHU.

I reproduce below the content of the email:
----- Original Message -----
From: litigation
To: 'Joshua Ong'
Sent: Friday, May 30, 2008 2:50 PM
Subject: RE: Juris Setup - Anussia Computer

Dear Joshua

Thank you for the update. We hope that it can be resolve soon.


Annussia & Marcia

MxxWxxxKxxx Sxxx & Megxx
Advocates and Solicitors

Suite 17.03, Level 17 Wisma MCA
163 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: 6 03 2166 xxxx Fax: 6 03 2166 xxxx
Email :

Thursday, May 29, 2008


In my post 'Grand Saga vs. Cheras-Kajang Folk: Don't play play', I said:
Word of caution: Don't mess with the Cheras folk.

HAHAHA. True enough, I was so thrilled to read the headline in The Star Online - 'Cheers as residents pull down controversial barricade'. (Click here for the news)


Don't underestimate the power of the rakyat. More so, the power of the Cheras folk.

Picture from The Star Online

Show of support: The crowd cheering as the first of the vehicles
inch their way through the two-lane road in Bandar Mahkota Cheras Wednesday.


A friend's SMS:
Hi wud u like or mind some jordan's barangs ie boys clothes a few toys misc? Lemme know. Call me. tx
My reply:
Hello sista...we already have much 'hand-me-downs' from debbie's and ebbie's boys....
Her reply:
Ur most welcome o most superfluously Blessed one.

Don't know why but I was tickled by her 'superfluously' remark. I didn't really know the meaning of the word until today. I guess I must have confused it with 'superficial'. According to The Free Dictionary, superfluous simply means 'Being beyond what is required or sufficient'.

WOW. I am blessed beyond what is required or sufficient. Thank You, Lord. YEAH because of You!

Police & FRU ala gangsta @ BMC Access Road Barricade


Did you, a cohort of so-called law enforcers, have to
bloodily beat up 21-year-old Chung Jiun Huar?

You had batons but he had no weapons.
You were a bastion of strength but he was defenceless.
You were of the opinion he was driving his car 'as though he wanted to knock people'...
So, your opinion justified your action!
Your lowly opinion but highly despicable action!

I first read about the tragedy here.

Click here for the video.

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

WARNING: Mobile phones bad for health, worse than smoking!

According to a research by award-winning neurosurgeon Professor Dr Vini Gautam Khurana from the United States, there was an indication that using mobile phones for more than 10 years could double the risk of brain cancer. (Read 'CAP: Handphones more dangerous than smoking' in The Star Online). Prof Khurana said smoking kills some five million people worldwide each year, but three billion people now use mobile phones worldwide and the number is growing daily.

So how? All of us rely on the mobile phone so much. It is the ONLY thing that follows us like our shadow! The danger doesn't lie so much if we use it to text most of the time but then again, if we put it in the pocket of our shorts and pants most of the time, will we get prostate cancer??? We have to protect our BALLS then! Not just brain. 8=|

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Grand Saga: The BIG-Block-Barricade Bully

Thanks to my brother blogger, Dan'Lion, I get updates on the tug-of-war tussle between Cheras-Kajang Expressway concessionaire Grand Saga Sdn Bhd and Bandar Makhota Cheras developer Narajaya Sdn Bhd. Read his post 'BMC Access Road Blocked'.

Sex Sex Sex

The society of today is no different from the society of yesteryear.

Religious people still exist, rapists are still lurking everywhere. Prostitution is said to be the oldest trade and promiscuity has not lost its players.

When Jesus was on earth, nothing had changed. One day, some Pharisees and teachers of the law came to Jesus and asked, "Why do your disciples break the tradition of the elders? They don't wash their hands before they eat!"

Jesus called the Pharisees hypocrites and went on further to say, '"Don't you see that whatever enters the mouth goes into the stomach and then out of the body? But the things that come out of the mouth come from the heart, and these make a man 'unclean.' For out of the heart come evil thoughts, murder, adultery, sexual immorality, theft, false testimony, slander. These are what make a man 'unclean' but eating with unwashed hands does not make him 'unclean.' "

So, you see people, it's all in the mind...and heart.

Recently, the National Islamic Students Association of Malaysia condemned the uniform worn by school girls as being too sexy and encouraging rape and pre-marital sex. I wonder why the sudden condemnation? Is there any statistical study done that correlates sexual crimes and 'sexy' uniforms?

Eh, how often does a male doctor get to put the stethoscope on a female's chest or touch or see her body parts? Oh no, all male doctors are potential rapists too!

Let me tell you that if a MAN is not consumed by lust, he would not even rape a nude WOMAN standing in front of him. Maybe, he'll get all horny lah but then again, rape???

Follow the sexy trail in The Star Online in reverse chronological order:
School uniform sexy, says group (Thursday May 22, 2008)
Islamic group's uniform comment slammed (Friday May 23, 2008)
Teachers and students scoff at 'baseless' statement (Friday May 23, 2008)
Student with 'too transparent' uniform can be told to wear undergarment (Saturday May 24, 2008)
'Sexy' school uniforms to stay (Sunday May 25, 2008)
Nothing sexy about girls' school uniform (Monday May 26, 2008)

Monday, May 26, 2008


That's what I think I would like to call YB Lim Guan Eng (LGE), the Chief Minister of Penang.

Reason being he is governing Penang based on CAT - Competency, Accountability and Transparency.

Watch the video to hear him talking about CAT - the philosophy driving his decisions on governance.

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Here In My Home - Malaysian Artistes For Unity

Probably some or most of you have heard of the song 'Here in my home' by now.

'Here in my home' is all about the aspiration of Malaysians from all walks of life to live together in harmony. Does it matter if we are red and yellow, black and white?

I first came to know of this song via my blogger buddy

If you wish to know more, just go to malaysian artistes for unity.

In the meantime, just listen and enjoy. Ok, gtg. Peace out!

Office Orchestra: HP Ad

If only our office is as happy as this!

Saturday, May 24, 2008


Same Sh*t Different Day! Oooops...I mean Same Script Different Day!

Today in The Star Online, Pak Lah says, 'Change lifestyle to curb inflation'. More than two years two months ago, Najib got into hot soup for suggesting the same - 'Change Your Lifestlye' in the official portal of Ministry of Information Malaysia and here in BERNAMA:
"The era of cheap fuel has passed. Everybody must realise this but believe me, if we can manage this change well, we can proceed with the country's development," he said.
Why LAH? If both of you want us the rakyat to change lifestyle, let me say that the rakyat has no lifestyle but both of you are leading a luxurious lifestyle.

Please lead by example. Can you show us your spending style? We want to see. Can AH?

Friday, May 23, 2008

Own Business Good Business

A chat with my office cleaning lady (CL) in the elevator this morning:
Me: Do you work on Saturday?
CL: No
Me: So good...
CL: 1 month I can get 3000...
Me: So good...
CL: Yeah, better than office job..

As we exited the elevator she said, 'Own business like that lah...'

I smiled but my heart sighed, 'Ya lah, better than me...'


Filled in my appraisal form yesterday.

Hope to be confirmed as a permanent staff soon.

Pray I will gain favour with my superiors.

Thank You Lord for Your blessings.

Thursday, May 22, 2008

We're with you, my heart will go on...

Sounds like that is what the MB of Selangor is saying (or singing?!) to the Bandar Mahkota Cheras (BMC) residents who are caught in the middle of a right-of-way tussle between Cheras-Kajang Expressway concessionaire Grand Saga Sdn Bhd and BMC developer Narajaya Sdn Bhd. (Click here for full 'song')

The 'song' ended with a sad note:
“The tussle between the two firms would go on until it is settled, but in the end the residents will get to use the road.” Khalid, reiterating that the state understood the resident’s plight and would be with them until the issue was resolved, said to date he had however not received any information from Grand Saga, Narajaya or the Works Ministry on their efforts to resolve the issue.

Aiyoh! That means nothing concrete and no definite deadline lah? Can drag until perhaps the next speculated snap election pending Pak Lah's downfall or the next GE in 5 years time?


Lim Guan Eng emphasised and highlighted three real issues that matter to Malaysians, not the current crisis of UMNO. (Click here to watch the video on youtube/malaysiakini)

Well said, YB. Correct! Correct! Correct!

The three real issues are:
1. Economy / inflation
2. Escalating crime rate
3. Failure to combat corruption

I hope and pray that he will continue to fight for all Malaysians in these three real issues. May you be blessed, Mr. Chief Minister, with health and strength, wisdom and favour to lead the people. Amen.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Rising fuel prices spawning songs, signs, symbolic acts

Wednesday May 14, 2008

Rising fuel prices spawning songs, signs, symbolic acts

Americans facing rising gasoline and diesel prices are cycling about, saddling up, singing out and, sometimes, resorting to violent symbolism.

Dozens of Alabama students are bicycling up to 10 miles each way to their rural high school. An Indiana man was arrested for belting out a protest song, Price Gouge'n, from the roof of a convenience store. A sign-maker in Kentucky is riding his horse on business errands. And a Tennessee sheriff is investigating a more disturbing protest: a slain deer hanging from a gasoline station sign.

It's a sign of the times. - AP Photo

Those actions are being done in the name of protest, but three western Pennsylvania school officials who plan to walk 216 miles to raise awareness of the factors driving up gas prices don't want to call it a protest march.

"We're not standing up protesting gas prices," said Aaron Steinly, assistant principal of United Junior Senior High School near Johnstown. "We just want to raise awareness, show people what they can do and get people involved."

The school's principal, Lewis Kindja, said he and the other two administrators plan to raise money and perhaps meet with lawmakers on the nine-day walk to Washington DC, that begins June 5. The money raised will pay for classroom projects across the state about alternative fuels and environmental issues.

"If we don't start making changes, we're going to be in a difficult position down the road," Kindja said.

Rachel Einwohner, a Purdue University professor who teaches a class on the sociology of protest, said most protesters are "not just working towards the goal, like lowering gas prices, they're also making a statement about their collective identity, as environmentalists or however they see themselves."

One horsepower is better than none. - AP Photo

Einwohner believes those who are driven to get off the couch for a cause are expressing their own identity. But other scholars, she says, believe protests and similar acts are driven by "selective incentives" - byproducts not necessarily related to the protest.

Tracy Daar, 17, a junior at Elmore County High School in Eclectic, Alabama, said he started riding his bike to school - a 12-mile round trip - when gas prices hit US$3.50 a couple weeks ago.

"It was just a way to save money at first, but when more people started doing it, it became more like a protest," Daar said.

Principal Jim Adams said about 40 students are now biking to the school about 30 miles north of Montgomery. Besides saving gas money, they hope to call attention to juvenile obesity.

"It really surprised me because cars are such a status symbol among teenagers," Adams said. "Nobody thought it would be cool to ride a bike, but it's starting to be pretty cool in Eclectic."

In Valparaiso, Indiana, Jay Weinberg, 29, collaborated with a friend's band, Planetary Blues, and recorded a protest song.

Some sample lyrics: "Price gouge'n, so we're shout'n, what's jack'n up the cost of fuel? I can't afford it. I'm bangin' on my dashboard. I can't believe they think I'm a fool."

Weinberg was charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct after singing the song through a megaphone during the afternoon rush hour atop a convenience store on Tuesday, the day of the Indiana primary. The arrest was part of a plan to call attention to the musicians' stance on environmental and other issues.

Allan Peerce, 53, said he's been accused of trying to drum up business for his sign shop in Leitchfield, Kentucky, by riding his horse to jobs and the bank. But Peerce says he already has more business than he can handle and is concerned for truckers whose rig doors he adorns with his artwork.

Peerce's horse, Hitman, began wearing a sign reading "In protest of diesel and gas prices" when diesel hit US$4 a gallon. If it hits US$4.20, he plans to camp out in the city's courthouse square.

"Somebody has to stand up and do something," Peerce said. "If I can do it, then two people can do it. If two can, four can, and if four can, eight can. It can grow into whatever we want it to be."

Cheatham County Sheriff John Holder said he hopes the protests don't end up as pointless as the dead pregnant deer strung up at a gas station in Ashland City, Tenn. A painted sign attached read, "Lower gas prices. Humans are taking it out on us."

Nobody has been arrested. Holder said his office is struggling with gas prices, but in his view, the deer protest is taking "the long way around" the problem.

"It's tearing my budget all to pieces, but that's what we're talking about right now, how to help each other out," Holder said. "Instead of going the long way around, let's go the short way and solve the problem." - AP


Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Pak Lah Tak Nak

Pak Lah, in theSun, was quoted as saying,"Why should I? I have work to do." when he was asked if he would step down as the Prime Minister as Mahathir had said that he would not come back until he left.
Looks like Pak Lah Tak Nak until at least December this year.
Pak Lah boleh tahan tak?

Monday, May 19, 2008

Mahathir Mastermind?

The most explosive news in blogosphere at the time of this post is 'Dr M quits UMNO'. Visit Malaysiakita and you will see!

I'm sure some of us have received a SMS that goes something like this:
Galileo: gr8 mind, Einstein: genius mind, Newton: xtraordinary mind, Bill gates: brilliant mind, Mahathir: mastermind Pak Lah: nevermind!

So, is Pak Lah going to just 'nevermind'? Is Dr M going to win this time with his 'mastermind'?

Personally, I think Mahathir just wants to stir up a storm. Unfortunately, it's a 'Storm in a Teacup' that serves as a test of loyalty of members of UMNO to the party and her leadership.

Is the ship going to sink like the Titanic? Time will tell as it just hit the tip of the iceberg. ;=)

HUKMSC: The labour room

We thank God for a good gynae. With his experience and deft hands, not forgetting the mother's push, Janson finally came out!

The following photos are
still shots taken from a video. Yup, my first successful video camming took place in the labour room!

Prof Paul: R u ready?

Head out!

Woooohoooo! Janson's out

Stitch-back time!

University Rankings

In the first-ever local rating system, Universiti Malaya (UM) is the only public higher education institution to obtain a five-star rating. (Click here for the story)
Ok. We are proud that we have a local rating. No doubt, we need one but we must not forget the ranking of local universities against international benchmark.

UM is not in the list of Times Higher Education, World University Rankings 2007, THE TOP 200 WORLD UNIVERSITIES. (Click here for the ranking)

I have heard that UM was once upon a time, one of the top 100 universities in the world, then 200, now it is the top 300????? Is the backsliding due to not having the English language as a medium of instruction in our education system?

Sunday, May 18, 2008

In the name of race

What's wrong with the human race?

All of us, regardless of colour or creed, come from the first man, Adam. Of course, we can debate the existence of God or the 'Big Bang' theory but certainly, nothing can come out of nothing.

It was not until Genesis 11 that humanity had one language.

According to the biblical account, Babel was a city that united humanity, all speaking a single language and migrating from the east; it was the home city of the great king Nimrod, and the first city to be built after the Great Flood. The people decided their city should have a tower so immense that it would have "its top in the heavens." (וְרֹאשׁוֹ בַשָּׁמַיִם). However, the Tower of Babel was not built for the worship and praise of God, but was dedicated to false man-made religion[citation needed], with a motive of making a 'name' for the builders - Genesis 11:4. God seeing what the people were doing and sinning[citation needed] against him, confused their languages and scattered the people throughout the earth.

So, any race that attempts to achieve supremacy will surely be scattered!

Remember, pride comes before a fall. The higher you go, the harder you fall! HAHA

Too bad Hitler did not read this part of the Bible. Even if he did, would he have taken heed?

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Burrrning HOT

I love to eat sambal petai.

Yesterday, I had it twice. One for lunch. Another for dinner.

What did I get? A lot of wind in my belly and fire in my willy! No joke. After passing motion and urine, my willy had a burning sensation. PAIN!

This morning, I drinked lotsa water to 'cool' down my body and clean my digestive system.

Thank God, the pain is gone at the time of this post. I just came from the loo, ok!

What a painful lesson indeed. Now, you people out there, especially if you love spicy stuff or sambal petai, don't get too greedy like me.

Mothers' Love

Mommy & BB

MyMom & BB

MomInLaw & BB

Justice for the judiciary, justice for all

Hopefully, a genesis that will culminate in the revelation of the truth.

If ever there was something good that came out of Pak Lah's rule, it had to be the Royal Commission of Inquiry on the V.K. Lingam video clip.

Its report is now made public and copies made available for sale.

The best part is investigation will made on all allegations levelled against former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, lawyer Datuk V.K. Lingam, tycoon Tan Sri Vincent Tan, Umno secretary-general Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor and former chief justices Tun Eusoff Chin and Tun Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim.

Click here and here for stories in full.

Friday, May 16, 2008

Heaps of thanks

This email made my day this morning:

This is an automated message sent from Juris Contact.

Email associated with its contents as below:

---------- Message Information ----------
From: "KL LEE"
Date sent: Thursday , 15 May 2008 16:23
---------- Message Information ----------

Dear Joshua,

Working fine.

Heaps of thanks.

Best Rgds,

KL Lee

Altantuya Murder Trial: The Court Room

If you think you have missed or lost track of the trial, fret not.
Enter 'The Court Room'. It accounts the trial from Day 1.
At the time of this post, the last account is Day 107.

Thursday, May 15, 2008

China Quake: Toads Warning

Did you know that two days before the earthquake hit Wenchuan, a local media reported that hundreds of thousands of toads had appeared on the streets of Manzhu, a city about 60 km southeast of Wenchuan?

Report reproduced below:

Quake 'predicted' 5 years ago

By Zhu Zhe (China Daily)
Updated: 2008-05-13 06:49

A seismologist warned more than five years ago that based on historical records and animal studies, a strong earthquake was likely in Sichuan.

"Sichuan is virtually certain to experience an earthquake measuring above 7 in the next few years," Chen Xuezhong, a senior researcher with the geophysics institute of State Seismological Bureau (SSB), wrote in a paper published in December 2002, in the periodical Recent Developments in World Seismology.

The article is still available online.

In the article, Chen said Sichuan stood a big chance of being hit by a huge temblor due to its geographic location, and records since 1800 showed the average interval between major quakes in the province was about 16 years.

Since 1900, the area had experienced frequent big temblors, and records showed the longest interval between them was 19 years, with the average being 11 years, the paper said.

"However, the area hasn't seen any earthquake measuring above 7 for 26 years, since a big temblor struck its Songpan and Pingwu counties in 1976," Chen wrote.

"We must be prepared for a big earthquake after 2003."

In a telephone interview with China Daily on Monday, Chen said many seismologists had noticed the pattern, which was why he did the study.

"But the study was published as an academic paper so it didn't receive much attention," he said.

"However, we can conclude that yesterday's earthquake is in line with the rule and it's natural."

Zhang Guomin, another researcher with the SSB's earthquake science institute, also said on Monday that Wenchuan is prone to earthquakes as it is on a major fault line - the south-north fault line that runs from Yunnan to Ningxia.

The county is also on a small fault line known as the Longmen mountain earthquake belt, he said.

Zhang also warned residents in earthquake-affected of possible aftershocks, which could be as devastating as the main tremor.

"A big earthquake can release most, but not all of the underground energy, and its aftershocks may cause natural disasters," he said.

Aftershocks are generally weaker than the main quake, but buildings that have already been damaged are prone to collapse in an aftershock, he said.

Meanwhile, ahead of Monday's deadly earthquake, many people reported seeing unusual animal behavior.

On Saturday, local media reported that hundreds of thousands of toads had appeared on the streets of Manzhu, a city about 60 km southeast of Wenchuan.

A resident surnamed Liu was quoted as saying he saw countless toads killed by passing vehicles as they crossed roads, and that he had never seen anything like it.

Similarly, on Friday, people in Taizhou, Jiangsu province, also said they saw tens of thousands of toads on the city's streets, local media said.

Experts have said animals can give advance notice of quakes, as they sense tremors before they happen.

Unfortunately, no one heeded the toads' "warning".

In response to questions from the public about the reptilian swarms, officials in both Mianzhu and Taizhou said there was nothing unusual about them.

"The move is because of the change of weather," Shu Shi, director of the Mianzhu forestry bureau, was quoted as saying by local media.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

UMNO = U Must Not Object = GOD ?

Needless to say, I got the lead from Malaysia Today - Latest Updates.

Umno won’t allow Anwar to become PM, says Mukhriz in The Edge.

Do you remember, Mr. Mukhriz what Pak Lah said on Friday February 8, 2008? He said in The Star:
"It is God's will that I become the Prime Minister of Malaysia and I am very conscious that I have to serve the people although I personally do not benefit even one sen because of this.''
Mr. Mukhriz, IF it is God's will that Anwar becomes the Prime Minister of Malaysia, do you think Umno is in the position of God to disallow him to become PM?

May 13 after

I came across 'May 14' while at Malaysia Today. It is worth reading. Thoughts on May 13 after.

When I was a child, I was warned by my parents never to utter the word ‘May 13’ in public. It was a word that will land you in jail, they said. So terrified was I, and the rest of my generation, that we never really discussed it in school or at university. We knew it only as a day in the year 1969 when the Malays and Chinese clashed resulting in dire consequences. It was a fearful day for all Malaysians, and a sad one for those who lost family members and friends in that tragedy. As a mark of respect for the lives lost, this article will be entitled ‘May 14’.

May 13 was considered the darkest day in the history of our nation. But what happened on May 14 and onwards was a greater tragedy for all living Malaysians.

The New Economic Policy was formed to eradicate poverty and to distribute the wealth of the country equally amongst all races. The ideals of the policy were good, but not the implementation. As it has been said over and over again, the government had misused it for their own selfish purpose of staying in power.

Instead of bringing prosperity to the poor, it only made a small portion of people extremely rich. Instead of uniting everyone to form a single Malaysian race, it further isolated each race and increased the schism in our society. Instead of enhancing cooperation, trust and respect, it caused jealousy, mistrust and hatred amongst our people.

The only reason how we managed to hang on to the thread of this thinned out social fabric was because of our common sense and self-realization that the actual imbalance was caused by the politicians themselves.

These are the politicians who refuse to look beyond colour and creed to form a single party to represent all Malaysians. These are the politicians who line up rank and file behind different banners but refuse to listen to the needs of the very people they claim to represent.

Alas, the universal law of cause and effect has started to reveal itself. Two months ago, Malaysians sent a strong message to the ruling party in the General Elections. After years of silent obedience, the people have voiced out their unhappiness towards government policies and administration.

However, despite the big loss that they suffered, Barisan Nasional leaders are still oblivious to the current state of affairs. From their recent speeches and actions, it seems that they still subscribe to the old ways of ‘divide and rule’. The composition of ministers in the current Cabinet still reflects the product of patronage and reward.

But then again, no one should expect them to change their political mindset overnight. It will take great effort over a long period of time to scrub off fifty years of ingrained values and ideas. Or perhaps the Barisan’s rusty ship is beyond salvage?

The people of Malaysia have lost out to our neighbours and the world in all fields due to misguided and misused policies of Barisan Nasional. It is time we Malaysians salvage whatever we have left of our wealth and resources, and move forward to a new future, guided by meritocracy based policies.

If the Barisan Nasional government refuses to keep up with the people’s new aspirations, then it is time we board another ship that can take us all to bigger oceans.

Today is May 14.

I believe the time is ripe for us to pay our last respects to the people who lost their lives on May 13 and bid farewell to the old policies that have incarcerated us all these years.

Let all races come together and move forward as one beginning today.

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Lompat si katak lompat (Jump, frog. Jump!)

I've mistakenly mixed up the lyric of two songs. Original lyric is:
Gelang si paku gelang
Gelang si rama rama
Mari pulang marilah pulang marilah pulang
Mari pulang marilah pulang marilah pulang


Original post:
I remember singing this song when I was young. By memory, I think it goes something like this:
Lompat si katak lompat
Lompat beramai-ramai
Pulang marilah pulang marilah pulang bersama-sama
Pulang marilah pulang marilah pulang beramai-ramai!

I know there are other variations to that song but that's the version I remember learning.

Hehe...why the nostalgia? Reason being when I read in The Star Online - 'Over 30 Barisan MPs have decided to cross (jump) over, says PKR Sabah Chief.
I hope they do it before the anti-hopping law is enacted.

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Seditiously speaking

RPK has already been charged with sedition. Karpal is next on the seditious hit list.

The government is more interested in making police reports and charging people for sedition than serving the rakyat.

Mr. Prime Minister, ask yourself this question. IF you are sincerely working hard to serve the rakyat's interest, do you think any form of sedition (if there's any in the first place) can bring the government down?

Neither RPK nor Karpal have made me seditious by their words. Rather, the course of action taken by the government against them for sedition, has left me feeling rather seditious.

That's how I really feel as a citizen. I am sure there are many who feel the same way too. Cheers!

Father's First: Happy Mother's Day

Daddy's first Mother's Day gift to Mommy.

Erotic Cartoon Drawing

Not what you think it is!

Saturday, May 10, 2008


Faith is not feeling, it is based on fact.
Faith is not what others say, it is what God says.
Fear says no to impossibilities, faith says yes to them.

Grand Saga - the bully at Bandar Makhota Cheras

I picked this up from YB Lim Kit Siang's blog.

Click on the title to read an article written by a citizen.

We, the rakyat, must know our power. Grand Saga must come down!

Makkal Sakti! Hidup Rakyat! People's Power!

Friday, May 9, 2008



Najib, be a man. Speak and do the truth as Islam requires.

Bloggers not immune to the law, says Najib.

Please, Mr. Najib, take a good look at yourself in the mirror and say to yourself, 'I am also not immune to the law!'

Thursday, May 8, 2008

FREE RPK: Woman's words are powerful!

Ever wondered how powerful a woman's words can be?

Well, in Raja Petra Kamarudin's case, he changed his mind and agreed to bail being posted when his wife, Marina Lee Abdullah, sent a note with the words 'I want you home' via a prison warder. (For full story, click here)

Yes, Raja Petra Kamarudin or RPK as he is popularly known, will be released later this morning at 0945 at the PJ Sessions Court. (Source: Malaysia Today)

Ok people, RPK's wife has fought and won the first battle to free her beloved husband. Now, we must continue to campaign for his total freedom from sedition charge!

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Our little one: 7-day-old

Janson Ong Jie Sheng, u are God's gift to us. Daddy & mommy love u.

08.08.08 - An Auspicious Date?

I've known since last year that 08.08.08 is during the Hungry Ghost Festival according to the Chinese calendar. Though '8' is an auspicious number, I've also known since then that the Chinese will avoid marrying on that 'auspicious' day at all cost. HAHA

I can't believe that Chinese are so superstitous. I believe in God. I also believe in ghosts. I also have a ghost in me. HAHA

So, Chinese, please make up your mind. Choose your calendar. If the Roman calendar, then you follow the Roman beliefs. If the Chinese calendar, then the Chinese beliefs. I think the 'equivalent' to the Hungry Ghost Festival would be Halloween. So, if Roman calendar, don't get married on Halloween lah. HAHA


The bottom line is, either they get off my back or they throw me in jail and throw away the key. I could not be bothered one bit what it is going to be. I am prepared for the worst. My objective is plain and simple. Altantuya’s murderers are going to be sent to hell. And I don’t mind going to hell myself to see this happen.
Raja Petra Kamarudin, 'Towering Malays and the ‘hush’ on Peace Hill'

Raja Petra Kamarudin (RPK), the webmaster of Malaysia Today news portal, was charged on May 6 with sedition for his article, 'Let’s send the Altantuya murderers to hell', posted on Friday, 25 April 2008. For more info, click here.

Monday, May 5, 2008

Father's First: Birth Registration

Successfully obtained birth certificate for Janson but the registration process was stressful. Reason being I lacked one supporting document - a copy of the antenatal card. It was supposed to be given to us when we checked out of HUKMSC but we were made to understand by the nurse-in-charge that we needed to bring along the appointment card to the Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara (JPN).

Thus, I was so stressed when the lady at JPN Bandar Tun Razak, Cheras, told me this morning that I must get a hold of a copy of the antenatal card. She gave me an alternative - a copy of the ward invoice. Phew! I was glad to hear that but my relief was short lived. The ward invoice was in my in-law's house! Yikes. I had no choice but to travel from Cheras to PJ and back to Cheras.

Ok, cut the long story short, I did what I had to do. When I came back to JPN with all the required supporting documents, the birth certificate was ready within half an hour. I could have got it done by 8:30 AM but one 'technical' glitch cost me another 2-hour delay.

Saturday, May 3, 2008

Father's First: Changing Diaper & Feeding Baby

While mommy-in-confinement and my parents-in-law were away, I was home alone with Janson.

The time came to change his diaper! So, I had to face the poo. Haha...I thought I had done cleaning his buttock as I was pulling the diaper away. Suddenly, I saw another pile of poo on the bed sheet. Yikes! Tip: Do not hastily take away the soiled diaper after cleaning.

After that, milk time! I was glad that I could feed and 'burp' him. Shortly after that, he pooed again! Only this time, the poo was very watery. Tip: Make sure milk is tepid or at least, warm.

Father's First

As they say, there's a first time for everything.

Thus, I am starting a label 'Father's First' to account all my experiences as a father.

Eng & Ning

I first read 'First Class CM flies Economy Class' @ rocky bru's that points to the original post published by blogger (Ning Baizura's) Mr. Manager.

Well, I think people who are in the seat of power who sit humbly with the common people are few and far between. Certainly, YAB Lim Guan Eng, the Chief Minister of Penang is one of them.

An excerpt from the original post:
YAB Mr. Lim, you have my deepest respect. You have made history by being the first Chief Minister in this country to sit in Economy Class whilst in office as Chief Minister. You really mean what you say when you talk about cost-cutting. Sir, you have shown me leadership by example.

Friday, May 2, 2008

May Day! May Day! May Day!

YEAH. Baby boy Janson was born at 5 AM on May 1, 2008 aka May Day.

Frankly, I only knew or realised yesterday that May Day is synonymous with International Workers' Day, or Labour Day, which celebrates the social and economic achievements of the labor movement.

Talk about Labour Day, MJ literally had to go through the labour pains in the labour room. Now, that was truly a labour of love!

Janson was born with the weight, length and head circumference of 3.47 kg, 51 cm and 33 cm respectively. Click here for the characteristics of a normal newborn baby.

Daddy and Mommy thank God for a healthy and godly baby.

Before labour in Baldu Ward, Room No. 2

In labour room

In labour room: After 5...

Back to Baldu Ward , Room No. 2

The NEW FAMILY in Baldu Ward, Room No. 2


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